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humblebum Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-20-11 10:34 AM
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98. You can certainly suggest that Moses was a myth, but
Edited on Wed Apr-20-11 10:52 AM by humblebum
as soon as you say it is "an obvious myth" - then you overstep reality. If you can objectively prove, empirically, 100%,in detail, to me how the pyramids were constructed, then you can probably say that Moses was an "obvious" myth. But until that time, any atheist who makes such a claim is 'blowing smoke'. Years ago I realized just how utterly narrow atheists' epistemological POV was. There is none more narrow, and yet they base their claims upon it and chide others for questioning their methods. You can say that you don't believe he existed, or that he probably didn't, but use that word "obviously" and you lose ALL credibility.
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